Prince William County Neabsco Dist. Supervisor John Jenkins has readied a resolution calling for discontinuing action and expenditure of funds by county staff on the atrocious new county logo. Jenkins’ resolution will be considered at the next PW BOCS meeting on Tue., June 4. For all those hoping the issue will go away and they… More Jenkins Readies A Smackdown On Staff Over New County Logo
Neabsco Supervisor John Jenkins has been at the forefront in the county board’s disdain for the new county logo and the way that staff apparently moved forward on this without board approval. Now, the county’s Facebook page has as its header a Memorial Day tribute in which Jenkins is pictured. The county’s photo is now… More PWC Staff Rubbing New Logo In Jenkins’ Face?
PWC 100 Wednesday, February 20, 2013 Program Flat or Higher Taxes: Which is Best for Prince William? Moderator Tara Slate Donaldson, Editor, Gainesville Times (BIO) Panelists The Honorable Wally Covington, Brentsville District Supervisor (BIO) The Honorable John Jenkins, Neabsco District Supervisor (BIO) Dr. Babur Lateef, former Candidate for the Office of BOCS Chairman (BIO) Mr. Jim Riley,… More PWC Cmte. of 100 Discussion on County Taxes and Role of Government
DC Councilman / fmr. Mayor Marion Barry is being looked at for giving away $40,000 worth of turkeys to constituents every year. Many people are stating that this is blatant vote buying (although reports are that you need a valid photo ID in order to get a turkey from Barry, just not to vote for… More The Turkeys Of PWC
Shouldn’t the first thing about Prince William County’s search for a new top law enforcement officer be that it conforms with the law? Sadly, that is apparently not even a consideration for 7 of the 8 sitting supervisors with Gainesville Supervisor Pete Candland being the lone exception. PWC blogger Al Alborn made what he thought… More PWC Supervisors Stonewall Public On Police Chief Search
I had to get this one in before Ash Wednesday given tomorrow is a meat-free day for observant Catholics such as myself. From the WashPo: Pr. William supervisors dip into discretionary funds for steak dinner It is unbelievable that after the recent bad publicity supervisors’ discretionary funds received, which even the WashPo eventually picked up… More “Let Them Eat Steak…”
This is a completely common sense approach that should have been approved by a unanimous vote. With a vote of 6-2, Prince William supervisors Tuesday passed a resolution that directs staff to find out how much new federal health care regulations will cost the county. The resolution also requires staff to report these costs to… More Pr. William BOCS Directs Staff To Notify Them Of Health Care Law’s Unfunded Mandates